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The Arab Sea Ports Federation

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Al Adabiya Port, Egypt

Working Member

>> Al Adabiya Port in Egypt

General Manager of King Abdulaziz Port in Damam
Mr. Naeem Bin Ibrahim El-Naeem

Overview of Al Adabiya Port in Egypt

Development Plan

Dry Bulk Terminal

Logistics and Storage Area

New Service / Small Vessel Pier

Dry Bulk Terminal

Multi-purpose Terminal

“It has the potential to be a gateway port for large volumes of Liquid and dry bulks.”

Development Projects

The dry bulk terminal project will begin operation by Al-Adabiya Co. The terminal is designated to have a total berth length of 770 m and a water depth of 14 m.

The project comprises several small measures to rehabilitate quays and berths aprons. In particular, the rehabilitation of the berth aprons (pavement) from berth 2 to berth 8 are part of this project as well as the quay edges of berths 2, 3, 4 and 5.

This project features the construction of a logistics and storage area of approx. 160,680 m². This area is to be developed by Adabiya Marine Management Company. The project is implemented through BOT scheme of partnership.

This project holds the erection of a pier for service vessels and small vessels. The total berth length is 300 m and the water depth is 7 m. The adjoining yard is approx. 45,000 m².

The project covers the construction of an additional dry bulk terminal with a total quay wall length of 560 m. The water depth will be 14 m and the annual handling volume capacity will be approx. 5.5m t.

The planned construction of an additional multi-purpose terminal will have a berth length of approx. 500 m and a water depth at the quay wall of ca. 14 m.

8 Berths with 1465 m total length and draft ranging from 9 to 14 m, the port area is 1,140,000 M2 and able to receive dry bulk cargo vessels of up to 60,000 tons.

The port is considered one of the most vital ports handling liquid Bulk Cargo with an average of 1 million tons annually. Due to the presence of tank storage facilities with the capacity of more than 300,000 tons (chemicals & edible oil). The biggest share of the port’s throughput is dry bulk, with an average handling exceeds 6 million tons annually. The total throughput in the port reached 10 million tons annually (various cargo) in 2018/2019.

Quay and Berth Rehabilitation

Future Projects

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